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Military Combat Arts: Survival

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Military Combat Arts (MCA: Survival) is a new and exciting course designed for those considering travel overseas for vacation, internships, work or service in humanitarian agencies such as the peace corps. This basic course is designed for travelers at risk to the threat of kidnapping from organized groups, cartels, militias or international terrorists. This introductory course will provide simple and effective tactics that will help you identify and avoid potential capture or abduction attempts. 
      MCA: Survival will primarily cover “Escape and Evasion” tactics.  The course will also encompass: awareness and avoidance methods from the U.S. military, body guard protective techniques from Russian Systema and ambush survival plans from Israeli Krav Maga.
      Realistic scenarios that involve potential vehicle takeovers, kidnapping attempts and capture, will all be implemented to instill confidence in the avoidance, escape and evasion tactics taught. Many protocols will be in place to keep the adrenaline flowing and you safe as the adventure evolves around you.
      MCA: Survival is also open to those just wanting to learn the necessary skills needed to avoid the potential dangers that lurk our streets. Take a unique challenge, test yourself and survive! Street clothes and shoes are the uniform for this reality-based course.

Military Combat Arts: Survival

Member Fee: 
50
Non-Member Fee: 
60
Minimum Enrollment: 
6
Maximum Enrollment: 
20
Registration Dates: 
07/10/2017 to 09/13/2017
Start Date: 
Wed Sep 06 2017

Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed Oct 25 2017 .
6:45pm to 7:45pm